2017 AAG Environmental Perception and Behavioral Geography (EPBG) Saarinen Student Paper Competition and Student Travel Grants Application
•Student Travel Grants - up to 3 $100 grants will be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students attending 2017 AAG meeting in Boston and presenting research relevant to environmental perceptions and behavioral geography.
•Saarinen Student Paper Competition - 1 $250 award for the best student paper, illustrated paper, or poster written by an undergraduate or graduate student. Additional instructions for application for this award are below.

Awards will be announced at the EPBG Specialty Group meeting in Boston. Application deadline is March 1, 2017.
Please contact Dr. Rui Li, rli4@albany.edu for questions.

Preference for awarding a Travel Grant will be: 1) any student who competes in the Saarinen Paper competition; 2) any student presenting a paper representing topics covered by environmental perception or behavioral geography at the annual meeting.
For Travel Grant, awardees MUST be in attendance at the Environmental Perception and Behavioral Geography Specialty Group business meeting at the 2017 AAG meeting.

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Applicants of 2017 Saarinen Student Paper Competition
Please fill out the application form above and then email a single pdf file containing (1) your accepted AAG abstract and presentation session, (2) a letter from your thesis/research adviser verifying your student status and confirming that you are the author of the submitted paper, and (3) a copy of the paper, including figures and references to rli4@albany.edu with “2017 Saarinen Paper Competition” in the subject line.
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